If you’re into beer, you’ll want to hang out downstairs at The International - where they have craft bottles, cans, and drafts from all over the world. Upstairs, on the other hand, you’ll find a bar made out of an old airplane wing and a menu of cocktails. Whichever floor you decide to spend your time on, though, you’ll be able to order food from their bar menu. It has things like charcuterie boards, sandwiches, and skewers (that are only $1 each during Happy Hour).
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